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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 16, 1983 Around town J Births Jillian Jepsen Former Pre.ss" editor Dave Jepsen and his wife Jackie are the parents of their first child, 3illian l.eigh, horn January 30 at Swedish Hospital. She weighed six pounds, two ounces. Dave reports he is delighted with the baby and Clubs was only slightly miffed that the afternoon delivery made him miss the whole Super East District Bowl. Garden Clubs Jamie Schaefer The East Lake Washington Marvin and Kathy District of Garden Clubs will Schaefer of 16120 239th Ave. hold a luncheon meeting with S.E. are the parents of their programs starting at 9:30 second child, Jamie Lee, a.m. February 28 at the First born February 1 at Overlake United Methodist Church, Hospital. He weighed eight 1934 108th Ave NE, pounds, six ounces. His Bellevue. brother Chad is two. The Samena Sunrise His grandparents are Ken Garden Club will present and Joann Morgan of Ren- "Rewards in Miniature," its ton and Charles and Bette annual flower show, which Schaefer of lssaquah. His features all miniature ar- great grandparents are rangements and horticulture. Dorothy Ferguson, Ann Har- The afternoon program riB and Clifford Heath. will be presented by members Timothy McFadden of the Black Hills Arrangers Guild, showing how to Hugh and Jacqueline assemble large floral designs. McFadden of 18227 S.E. For reservations, contact 43rd Place are the parents of Joyce Nelson 883-2472 -- their fourth child, Timothy $4.75 includes lunch; $1.50 Ryan, born January 26 at programs only and brown Overlake Hospital. He weighted five pounds, six baggers. ounces. His brothers are Michael, Valley Kiwanis 11 and Patrick, two. His host Chandler sister Kathy is eight. His Eighth district con- grandparents are Clifford gressman Rod Chandler will Jared and Mrs. Louis be the guest speaker at the McFadden of Indiana. February 18 meeting of the i Jason Tarrell Issaquah Valley Kiwanis. Richard and Carol Tarrell The meeting will be at 7 a.m. of 4707 W. Lake Sammamish at the Holiday Inn. Drive are the parents of their Chandler will talk about second son, Jason Noah, the challenges he faces as'a born January 29 at Evergreen freshman congressman from th)spital. He weighed six a minority par t y in pounds, nine ,unces. His Washington, D.C. Visitors bottlcr Richard , two. and guests are welcome. His grand parents are Fred and Evelyn McGuire of Issaquah Calif. Orthopedic Auxiliary The Issaquah Orthopedic Auxiliary will meet Thurs- day, February 17, at the Issa- quah Elks Club, 765 Rainier Boulevard N. The meeting will start at 11 a.m. Following lunch, there will be a Lund's Lites Candle Party. Guests are invited. Hostesses are Mrs. James Foley, Mrs. Leonard Deranleau, Mrs. Clarice Lakey, Mrs. Wm. Redl and Mrs. Paul Tourcotte. University Women The lssaquah Branch of the American Association of University Women will have its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, February 17 at 7:30 p.m. at Our Savior Lutheran Church. Husbands and teenagers are invited to come hear Dielda Kuhlmann of the Software Tailors Company tell about "What Computers Can Do for You." Books are still being ac- cepted for the March Used Book Fair. Pine Lake Community Club The Pine Lake Community Club will hold its regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 16 at the clubhouse, located at 212th S.E. and S.E. 20th. It will be followed at 8 p.m. with a program featur- ing representatives of King County Fire District 10. They will discuss their role in our community, both as fire- fighters and paramedics. Chur )s Christian Scientists elect new readers The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Issaquah elected Dan Lawrence of Hobart and Andrea Hamley of the Pine Lake area as the new readers who will conduct church services. They will replace Martha Serex of Bellevue and Tom Whitmore of Issaquah, who are com- pleting their one-year terms. The Sunday services feature readings from the King James Version of the Bible with correlative readings from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. Wednesday evening meetings, which include testimonies of healing through the application of Christian Science, will be conducted by the First Reader, Dan Lawrence. THOUSANDS OF OIL PAINTINGS ON DISPLAY Who's news Stegner arranges Founder's banquet Joe Stegner of Issaquah is a board member of the Seat- tle Alumni Club of the University of Wisconsin arranging for the 1983 Founders Day banquet, Fri- day, February 25. Dr. Stephen J. Suomi, pro- fessor of psychology at the Wisconsin university, will be guest speaker at the banquet at the Sandpoint Naval Sta- tion. A national leader in the study of primates, Dr. Suomi will speak on "Up-Tight and Laid-Back Monkeys," based on findings at the university's primate laboratory in search for material on understand- ing human social develop- ment and for learning effec- tive techniques for stress management. Professor Suomi was the recipient of the Wisconsin Alumni Association's Distinguished Teaching Award in 1982. The dinner is set for 7:30 p.m., following a social hour at 6:30. Reservations may be made with the alumni club president, Mrs. Claudia Pogreba at 783-2231. Forcier on Rensselaer dean's list Lance C: Forcier of 4442 256th S.E., a freshman ma- joring in computer science at Rensselaer Polytechnic In- stitute is on the fall semester dean's list. To qualify for the dean's |1 list, candidates must be full- time students, earn at least a 3.0 grade point average out of a possible 4.0 and have no grade below "C." Forcier was a valedictorian at Issa- quah High. Smith treasurer for Retarded Advocates Issaquah resident Parker Smith, Jr. was elected treasurer of the Board of Directors of King County Advocates for Retarded Citizens at the organization's annual dinner, held February 3. Smith, who is vice presi- dent of Murray, Franklyn, Inc. in Bellevue, has served on the board since 1980. He is also a member of the Washington State CPA Society. WSU honor roll Issaquah residents Richard Dickson, Teresa Kenyon, Malcom Low, David Nelson, Cassie Throdorson, John Woldstad and Patty Wright were on the honor roll at Washington State University for the fall semester. Students must be in the top ten percent of their class to qualify. Tappa graduates Charles Tappa of Issaquah received a bachelor of music degree from Western Washington University in graduation exercises last fall. Seniors stay warm in .... energy efficient housina now available in Issaaua00on00 If you area senior citizen cording to Beebe, is a considering a move to an widow or widower whose apartment, you would do net worth or monthly in- well to investigate renting come is too great for them an apartmera, from Bob Beebe. He bud, s apartment houses for senior citizens exclusively. He seems to be in tune with their wants. The design Of his units shows special concern for senior citizens. They are all one-bedroom with large, spacious walk-in closets. In fact, you'll find more closets and storage space in Beebe's !one-bedroom apartment than you will find in most two- and three- bedroom apartments. Recognizing seniors are on a fixed income, he has built his buildings to eliminate the ihigh cost of electricity for his tenants. This is accomplished through extra-thick in- sulated windows, insulating all walls, floors, doors and ceiling with extra insulation over and above what the code specifies. Puget Power recently wrote Beebe a letter stating that his average te- nant has paid only $16 per month over the last 12 mon- ths for all of their electricity needs, including light, heat and hot water. An average tenant, Be- to qualify for any govern- ment subsidy rent program. Beebe is one of the few landlords who will accept a senior tenant with a Section 8 certificate of rent subsidy from the government. Beebe says when a senior tenant moves in, they stay. Turnover is negligible. "1 just love to rent to senior citizens as they take care of my unit as if it's their own home," says Beebe. By ren- ting tO senior citizens who stay for literally years, he doesa't have to charge the market rent. He claims his rents are low. By examining his building he is a landlord who maintains the exterior of his buildings and land- scaping in the best of fashion. It is worthy noting in this day of inflation it is nice to see someone like Beebe providing excep- tionally fine housing for our senior citizens. Should you be a senior citizen in- terested'in renting an apart- ment we suggest you con- tact Beebe. He can be reached in his Bellevue of- fice at Beebe "Realty In- vestments, Inc. 747-3120. Paid Advertllement ii Easter Workshop Mar. 19, All day, begins 9 a.m., $15 Sugar eggs, Chocolate Eggs, Marzipan Molding Children's Watercolor Class Beginner's - Children and Young People Starts Sat., Feb. 26, 10 a.m..12:30 p.m. 5 lessons $25 Instructor Susan Rodnel Pre-registration Required for All Classes. 00raft 19-1st Place N.W. Downtown laiaquah Westbrook completes aviation course Navy Lance Cpl. Brandun "S. Westbrook, son of Jeraid Yothers of 2318 W. Bewenlk Drive S.E., Issaquah, has completed the  Advanced First Term Avionics (aviation electronics) course. During the 26-week course at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Millington, Tenn., trainees studied air- borne communications, fire control systems and antisub- marine warfare systems. In addition to the technology of these systems, they studied mathematics, physics, elec- tronic theory and the operat- ing principles of digital and analog computers. Thomas studies in Mexico Laurel Thomas of Issa- quah, a sophomore at Wash- ington State University, will participate in the Northwest Interinstitutional Council on Study Abroad program in Guadalajara, Mexico, during spring semester 1983. The program is made available to WSU students through the University's Of- fice of International Pro- grams. Thomas is a 1980 graduate of Issaquah High and is majoring in Spanish. The. Issaquah student is one of 53 WSU students who wilibe participating in study abroad programs this spring. In addithq0 to Mexico, WSU has stude,'t in Denmark, France, Great Britain, West Germany, Spain, ,Japan, Thailand and Australia. i Julle Lyn Van Osdol and Sterling Thomas Monroe Julie Van Osdol engaged Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Van Osdol of lssaquah, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Lynn, to Sterling Thomas Monroe IV, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Thomas Monroe, of Maple Valley, WA. vem00il SALE00 0000BACK ROOM ( ' 50-75% OFF Be Generous With Fashion And Stingy With Heat Energy efficient... winter and summer Opaque and translucent fabrics Designer colors Easy cleaning--easy installation 35% OFF Save 30 to 40% on wovenwoods, leveler blinds, louver draperies (verticals) &wood 1" blinds. Carole 's Interiors Call for appointment in your home 392-0927 Let us answer the phone. b [ ., & Letter Factory ! .t-'.' 195 Front St. N. 392-4194 Walter V. 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